National Public Radio (NPR) is nothing but a caricature of a news organization. It’s really just an excuse to rob the taxpayers in order to fund left-wing propaganda each morning and evening, and to call it “news.”
On today’s NPR morning fake news program — Morning Edition — I heard this howler from David Greene, a regular morning host:
Now comes that time in our day when we focus on the quirkier moments of the 2016 campaign for the Presidency. The Jeb Bush campaign lost control of “jebbush.com” and now a Trump supporter has it and is redirecting visitors to the Trump web site. [Editor’s Note: apparently the registration for “jebbush.com” expired, and a Trump supporter then registered it for himself] [Editor’s note: the rest is unimportant] blah, blah, blah… [something about another web site:]
Are you ready for what didn’t make the cut as one of “the quirkier moments of the 2016 campaign for the Presidency?” Hillary Clinton barking like a dog at a campaign appearance.
A major candidate for the Presidency literally publicly imitates a dog barking at a campaign rally, and that’s not one of “the quirkier moments of the 2016 campaign for the Presidency.”
NPR is such a transparent flack for the American left that they no longer even make a pretense. It’s right out there for all to see… except, that is, for NPR listeners, who are, obviously, some real, genuine, authentic, no-foolin’ dim bulbs.
When I originally saw the video of Hillary barking I remember thinking, “That would immediately sink any Republican. Heck, it used to sink Democrats! Remember Howard Dean’s primal scream back in, what, 2004?”
Thing 2: (Warning: Tastelessness alert!)
Two Jokes overheard:
Joke 1: I hear that the zika virus causes microcephaly, which is abnormally small brains. Ah! That explains the Democrats!
Joke 2: I hear that the zika virus causes microcephaly, which is abnormally small brains. That’s just the Democrats’ way of making future Democrat voters.
When I heard those jokes, I thought the following:
- Both jokes, needless to say, harken back to a day when you could make tasteless jokes like that and get away with it. Now, only the political left can say that kind of thing about Republicans or Conservatives and get clean away with it. And…
- I had heard those jokes told in hushed tones, so that others couldn’t hear them. They’d be career-enders if some hyper-sensitive scold heard them told publicly. I expect to hear the same jokes — only in reverse, skewering Republicans and their voters — right out in public, on late night television, or on MSNBC.